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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE t.T5Tthmi'6GlB DAILY HERALD July 15, iCTHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD THE DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT fcro's Drus' Bros. Kob- Vancouver World News Granwell Street. News Co. 705 River Slile Avenue. wte -Co- iten Book end K'ews-Store. 10SA Slh Ave. WesrpWorld News Co. -Pirctwr Station Edwart -RWd. St. News Co. s BooV Store; J, G. ertson Jackson t Co.; Alexandra ple's Dru's Store; Kenny ft Allln; Hotel Cigar Buf- fet Diamond D'Arc. Hotel. Bcstlie'- t >Sur- phy 'Company---'. -v-' News .'i McCrea; Mitchell'fcrus Co. News RECKLESS AUTOISTS. SF.KMS IMPOSSIBLE avoid ixH'klossness. Breaking f iobserve regulations ad op led! for tlio control of- traflic on (lie blreets arc common habils uuibngst certain autoists. i The auto has claimi-d in the short Vriud since il became a "modern .conveyanceand convenience, i'md in li-oM cases, when' fatalities bnvc occurred, carelessness is declared'to be She reason. This year has already secu a host of J automobile fatalities and those warnings'should'scrve lo impress 'upon drivers need-of increased; cart in the operation of machines Speed seems to of them We'ed'in mosl cases is at bottom tlie cause of the incidents. Since j i'thc experience of'others does not servers example it is about) punishment byp'rocess of Uu- law washing melcd out to careless drivers more has been -custom. reason of 1 year in advance a 6. months in advance day' a'chi'ld nearly" ,mei'.'-ils death in this cily 'of man dnv- lie'car, should be slowed np or when people are leaving a street 1 car had stopped and a child ,vvns crossing nn aulo came dashing along of people -danger aroused the driver- tpJhe.sUuabon. and men puly the emergency brake tcj .hp.ltjUhe.car, right, al fluid's side Had u occurred would, have A machine should be opcrnted WON'T DO ITS -BFPDIXG___ lOiC'MO 'H-I.nillVM 1 Jiv.'-i "ii.in i' never liked Clifford it to innrch Telegram'! preyentLlbi r .-.'.-_ -yyj. pretend on this side of tne.nne of government as any" country in the ninrp advanced edu- :md iliovil I law the Americau flag. On Iwo similar occasions itncf s of this nature have taken place, much to the. gust of the city's American sJHu-i Ume'MO the Union Jack was hauled down from Ihi city hall lower by two 'obstreperous individ- who proceeded lo destroy the flag, when being shown over IUe building; another American holiday tlie V American manager of a holel had the effrontery lo decorate tlie building with- out a single British or Canadian flag in evidence among a myriad of Stars and Stripes. This is the sort of tiling'the American abroad re- senls and feels keenly as an unjust reflection on Ihe national good sense and decency, and in the case of Ihe the Stars'and Stripes for the'purpose of pal- pable discourtesy by irresponsible individuals il h more than likely the nag wiis forcibly removed and Ihe in- 'dividual soui'dly kicked by his Winnipeg, Cnnada, July 5, ADANAC. following comment the cdi- torial coluhinsof llieNew York We refrained from commenting 014.- tlie recent news1 from various parts'of Western Canada that "in- sulls" had'been offered ..lo flag.and thai persons.displaying the country-had .been 'maltreated.-; Now as the facts come- ouVit would ap- ,'pear that it'is. not Rave'been insulted, bill bur Canadian These remitrks are prompted'by a letter printed elsewhere frbhi a reader at Ayinnipeg wlio speaks of Ihe. .blat'anl.Svay in' which bad mannered Americans intrude the ling to annoy at limes wherffCanadian celebrations are under instance, the.incident on'July 4, when an trie. iBag in the face; of a marching Canadian regimentj It is.only (o be that the offender against good taste wils'not given the drubbing that he JUST WHAT YOU WANT loncy..- liiarkct-'pf i'.1 If Ciifiu.d jiflon in-.M M...... [u nrticle calling Jor me plhcr-of his critics, would Guardian had a halo arpuiid his head. r clion the olher'day: _ "In C _ mlndous' h K: nnnntlv.loid bv the press aiid people 'of .Ihe east, are. nd.cu- EALiESTA'rE VALUES in Western Canada-cities, .ve are fre- a K quently.lqid by the press aiid people .Hie east, are. ridicu- 1 cases.uodoubtedly.wliere this W'mosi busfafess larger places.'in-Westerti.Can- is not-.overrated in values are not epnnhed.'td: life west cither, or to largeV cili'es for jlhat maf.ler. In'Hie east values have increased ve'ry rapidly during the last few transfer of a business corner in Gait; Om.i a place not yet incorporated as a city, with a population of sold "for ?14tiO per frontage fool The valtie of Hhe" building on this property would prpbably.be the land value foot. -Lethbndge i i'us'l as'lafge as .GaiLand has mehtrbut yen- at ,a thousand dollars'a fooU': It is clear that-high-values are not com aboul( our flpjj iar problems are .born ijim. dilions of a'tliousand years as par I of Ih'eir Dative in- herit 'r of -i, tradition nor, oUr hislqry, 'jnil of musl begin theTvery. A B.C of T. o them. uiuDv _ ._ WOI-iti into, which- m. They urfc'not-hos- tile, nor waiil.ereuii s-v; as -we'.would like to follow British-example ''ifseerhs evident that tliisc meiVs IpyaHy lo not salely-betaken and it is just; posstble thai W'ltiay need our .view Hon. font crosied coast and gol -glimpsp of of easier miinv. .''Lei us hobe his ileut occurs in ud tMr nlcf perfon if turdce, ihouli' 'not low the hw ou the the drifted down. Startj above and KO donn un'deT vater with current, ol youi strength. Ou locatlnt Un hy the hair or by the .clothlnt back of the or' uppci arm, ant) prjpel. yonrielf to the Bur- face free arm and'lej'drivfs. .'Do not run the of up from the bot- tom unless abiolultly ot a foot- ing, tor many ittjmtnin- have baen dronnwl by linklBT'iu mud or by becoming wtaMted1. In Once oil eltni i person i .....J be turned face'ujitard ai'iooh as If tbo peraon'ta r'wcued talni hit ilmpKi matter to ,hlM and proper metliod'ji, for flit' one 'to ulace' one ft iolh on of the1 Birlininer, Trho will scarcely feel the Another IL if y. ;''Let us hojie his good method back, beneath S scrap- tbVTollwers of .VJ d'm-k iiu'.horilir.vmnsl.hjM-.: Hill Ik lime "You did :1 mis.t The'sUDdulng'or a can with from be- hind." He' rtduid 'wrlif, aim ot the fhroivtfloTef tte I arm.'be'nt under1 po- sition Ike-. with both water.'! Wjti! Warm tki way idvlKi. u; a throat and ihuttlni off.hli K ban Thiii wiii kqld: lUla In creak trip, ....-f he Is aihore'Jic hand- with the. ntiBOTi, On r-; icoount'ihonW he Jv IM: to lel'the'wMer run 'M'Sftrtariii -V of if LilKf-ls point out (o i l-ril'vii'iuilK-l llii1 rViidei, or.onr fcEmpSri. Tt'ir should I..... '.he Balkan _ just FcrfSi DAVIS.RESIGNATION. IXT1MAT10X of-Chief of Police Davis', inienlion lo resign wi received with general regret.'. Just al this lime, when a is being made to reorganize some of the cily departraenl 'Ills action comes somewhat in the nature and the pub ,4tc wonders what underlies such a move on his .Whatever it may be, tliere is no doubt Ilia I Chief Davis h here. He has made' success .of. re-organizing th "forced: He-has enforced strict discipline, doub "'was lacking before, his regime; ...He. has, in'fa'cl, brought I !pqlfcc'rforce up to city standard, and Hie work done under his supervision, has up lo the council should not intimation as 'final. Ho iiTlob good a man'to lose, and tliey should put forlh .every effort 16 mtel his wishes, so thai he would reconsider.- The held all along lhat tlie department could get along men, 'and still ;believcs.'so. But Ihcre is no city and a little honest endeavor on the of'the council to provide such mean's as would make Die 'i.ti-brk of- the riien easier, would probably satisfy Ihe chief, and binifio 'remain.' Chief Davis should be mcl way, and council will do this mucli, vve are inclined lo the opinion will dccide: to remain willi us. BRING CROWD CLOSE TO. RAILWAY THE -CIRCUS has come and gone. 'It has'taken away money .and it has left money. A circus will always be populnr and '.will always draw crowds, hul in the case of Saturday's circus 'trbwd Lethbridge street railway-did not gel Ihe full advantage, to blame we do not what Ihe slreel They want lo he'where (he crowd is, .or-the WK nidj f and patriotic hurrahing. One iliingjs-ceriani; Avejnust sbnieliow enkipdlc in th'ese.peopl.e'a-deyolion.tp.Cailada vvhich-shairmakE Ihcm'lruc and enthusiastic-citizens. PTO RESCUE' VICTIMS OF ..DRQWN.ING ACCIDENTS M-- Ihcm'lruc and enthusiastic- We must do inorcJiaii we are at'present doing to cii.lti- vote a amongst our school, and the palriolic private citizen must unite lo our new-comers a respect for our, 'flag and a Ipve for the .country to'which they have come.-. Just wliat shfpe-the. efforts should assume luraely to the local individual and our new-comers should somehow be "taught to love and hon-. or our flag-" -Vt the recent'Sons of England banquet Mr. W. C. Ivcs had 'something'sensible aiid pointed to say about the inatter; of dis- playing the flag on national holidays like Empirc-Day.aild Dp- minion Day. He'poinlcd out that. Ihere was always ranch'talk uboui flag flying but- of lh> lualtcr when a day c.amd arovmd-for raising the Hag. Even wlwn asked to fly the oh day, some citizens neglected-lo'do so. __ j-j dU v-finhirn In smfffpst that SOllle 01 :r uca the joke seems to be that peo- ple cannot learn to swim .through reading a book, and this Is true. man has to learn by.iettlng Into the water and strllcing out. At the wine time there are certain Uiitai .that the avenge man would: not IIMr htnuelf even It he spent halt the sum- mer'In the'water that-can by com- municated In a few paragraphs. .An ohietranee of, thefe- rules will not teach a man to swlni, but they will leach a 'swimmer lo. falls into the water, and Ihey i' a ii. li.'-' l.i r fcays -thai uie-uiyst uncurtain feicuer :s... few-.iecondfl Jlen have U thiV at'tho lost Is'-nit. important. been having been under water and apparently drowned for a ong thai time W. aken: for'-tlie'rescuer to'remove Ihe clothes and outer clothing. While this i ilw should dp by the time he -waief-.be knows, exactly going to do. "If tbe accl- i-.'july any bride.ofjuoe. steps jiat 01 trlpiiliig Jeet Mer cheeki a.s'brithtiy" one of OM And so I of Birch Instead of yanklnj theni. Into home and giving life they deserve, fa 'Atchlson .woman was'a icbooi teacher, for the -following .method with her .She callj them to her and 1 am lorpriKd .t, Ail- aypoinlri In and.a.haned-of. you.-' City o y te Mr. Ives did not say So.b'ut we venture to suggest lliat some of those recreanl'in this-cpnneclipn were native born cilizcns..of Canada', persons without suggestion, to Jhc breeze on, holidays. Il is to'Hie'creftit. ;of many of lht} in lire vvcsl, made up of of ualionalities, .llml of July 1 is.becohiing ail annual appreciate, llic memiing of Hits '1.1 .i-.l. In in tlir-si- nf.w citiZCHM 3 may him to sive t wh'ea through" an excess or. Intrepidity he flnds! himself in the .clutch of some- body, he'is attera'ptiiir to.feicue. AGAIN IN What Dtten, RettiMrt ii an old proverb that says a jdrqwnlng-man will clutch al a'stray, IIUIMJHO -00-------- -land Iho aeaperallon'of tbo clutch to flic breeze on, holidays. Il is 'cretlii. 'm- Mere _r in ilm wrsL inmlp. nn of a minlure .will not crowd should be brought lo street railway IIIUWl ,W1 I Ib'dpjio. ..As it was v-1 -I.- !M iVvi> Id {IfVC PCCU tinivciiiyiii "y ti'-a" disadvanlagcjn placing the .cars lo irleel Ihe crowd. All was to 'pick lip'as hiany circus visitors as the regu- wi city, the. license why shouldn't the powrT to Hllllllrtl tiv.I yearlv celeb ralioii, is helping lo f osier in these citizens a higher appreciation of and all thai it means. It of (en- times hnppcils thai' inMhe most British.-thcrc is less atlentioii paid lo the. holiday and We need lo'bc scnsib'lc in our dcmonslrnlions. Tliey can be used to quicllyand effectively inspire n.slrong regard for Canad- ian citizenship and'ajiiigh respect for our inslilulions. W- cili- i( who enjoy tisiug'tTic'nag'dfrchsively. Occasionally Canadians uuiW. of a ttag incidcnl across the border and jus I, as often over-zffllous Americans create (rouble ou (his Had llic circus been but it should he frowned upon, and made the facl Ihal'thcTusc 9? Hw "f-ff offensively is nol only bad, hul il breeds bad'bloodi An American cilizcn wrolc the following letle.r to Ihc'Ncw York Herald il Iliig incident in Winnipeg, find whil-lie hits iu say is (o-lllc To llic lixlilof of llic Herald: ;jt Kiiidly" ftllosv nic a few Hues of comment on" tht i iiiQiv .break the fleapcrale lhat a terrl nail roan tnites of wyone ven- tufeV'wlthln hia reach, and tt.e .ftar lhat both'tiie vlcllni and the would-be reic'ucr.will drowned has no doub'l deterred macy a competent swimmer- from attempting a rescue. 'sc'ircelyjmportaiit to Vnow'.how to a My approach a drowning person tna'n'lo know how to swim, very afrlkliig Illustration of this fact Is gtv. p'n'-bV Pfomliwnl Member of the'Aoerlcsn-Lire-Saving Society. One'.morning when on a youth who'had'jurt learned to swlfa'sel.out for swim, aiid were going along cohiforUbly side by side, when'the youth suddenly, took curnpi, making a sound or giving z threw bis arms about ulro'ppntrltis for.tbe initant; In'ordenSo Keep his now ani spoke reassuringly to the man. For a moment ho re- i' locrtlon of the recent d rt.lr ;